Ok, we might be a few days into September already but I’m still going to say that I love the beginning of a new month! We’re only 3 or so weeks away from fall, aka my favourite season, and there’s a whole new batch of books coming out! I firmly believe that September-November are premium book release months so fingers crossed that my theory continues to pan out. Now, I don’t think there are too many books coming out for me this month but I think that I’m still gonna get a good little haul out of September.

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Ah, I can actually make this post this month! No offence, but July kind of sucked for me because NOTHING NEW came out for me that I wanted or needed to read. Can you imagine how I felt? Ugh, it hurt. But thankfully we’re about to start a new month and I actually have some new reads coming out in August! *throws confetti* Now, my TBR list for new releases isn’t exactly stellar but when you compare it to the nonexistent list from July it’s pretty great. But as I’m sure I’ve mentioned before, summer is probably the worst time to be a reader because barely anything comes out in July and August; I’m living proof of that. So while this list is relatively short it’s still something to be excited about!

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Ah, the sun is shining, the birds are singing, the bugs are all alive again (who let that happen?), and it’s a new month! And do you know what that means? A whole new batch of books will be released soon! *throws confetti* I don’t know about you, but I love the beginning of June (not as much as I love the It’s Gonna Be May meme, but “it’s gonna be June” doesn’t have the same ring to it). It’s also my birthday month but we don’t need to talk about that. Anyways, before I get completely off track, let’s talk about those upcoming book releases!! Sadly, looking at my Goodreads and my TBR list, I don’t have a whole lot of books coming out this month. It sucks, right? I’ll never understand why authors think it’s ok to release books throughout the school year but stay quiet during the summer. Oh well. Let’s get down to it!

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